“The King of Staten Island,” October 21, 2020 (2020), DVD. Pete Davidson stars in and, with director Judd Apatow, wrote this look New York’s working- and middle-class bedroom, Staten Island. Davidson play Scott Carlin a 24-yo slacker, ADD tattoo artist wannabe (of dubious talent at best) living at home, hanging with his stoner homies, receiving benefits from Kelsey his best friend for forever who wants to be a planner who can turn SI into the next Brooklyn. Scott’s dad was a fireman who died on the job. His mom, Margie, a school and ER nurse played brilliantly by the ever-wonderful Marisa Tomei who is trying to help his son grow up even as her daughter (Maude Apatow-Judd’s daughter) is flying the nest and going off to college. Into this mix comes a divorced fireman, Ray (a very good Bill Burr) who, of course, connects with Margie. As he tries to win an utterly resistant Scott to his side, he introduces him to the real life of a fireman and a side of the dead father he did not know, much of this through the older leader of the crew, Papa, played by a really wonderful Steve Buscemi. Will Scott begin to grow up? You know the answer to that, even as you know it won’t be in some epiphany. Still, the film has many good and interesting moments as it takes us into the world that is not Manhattan glitze and gold or Brooklyn chic and cool. See the film just to watch Tomei and Buscemi work, even if the rest of the plot does little for you.